Northshore Christian Academy

How to Apply

New Families Request Information Here!

New Students Apply Online Here!

Current NCA Students Reenroll Here:  ParentsWeb

Admissions 2018-2019

Currently accepting Student Applications for the 2018 - 2019 School Year
  Offering Kindergarten English Language Learners (ELL) Program

Application Procedures

Each February, enrollment for the following academic year is opened to returning students for a specified period. Enrollment is first opened to current NCA families and then to the general public. The admission process at NCA is by online application. Applications are accepted all year around.

2018-2019 School Year: Kindergarten and 1st Grade Assessments and Family Interviews begin in February 2018. New Student Assessments and Family Interviews for students entering 2nd-8th grade begins in March 2018.

The enrollment procedures for new students are as follows:

Please go to these webpages for additional information:

The Application Fee must be paid at the time Online Application and accompanying documentation is submitted. The Application Fee is non-refundable under any circumstances.

A copy of the student’s birth certificate and current immunizations must be submitted with the application (either by scanning and uploading or by printing and turning in to Academy Office). Official school records will be requested by NCA from the last school attended (where applicable).

All students entering NCA’s Kindergarten program for the 2018-2019 school year must be five years old by August 31.

A new student academic assessment and a family interview is required for new applicants (excluding students who attended NCA’s Early Learning Center Pre-Kindergarten or half-day Pre-Kindergarten program).  When the Online Application is completed and submitted, the Director of Admissions will contact the family who has applied in order to schedule the new student assessment and family interview. The assessments begin in February and new family interviews begin in March. It is not necessary for both parents to be present for the assessment. Both parents and student applicants must be present at the interview.

Student applicants may be required to take aptitude, achievement and/or diagnostic tests before admission to NCA. NCA Administration may contact student's previous teacher/administrator to inquire about academic performance and social behavior.

New families will be notified of acceptance within ten business days following an interview and assessment.

Following notification of acceptance, the new family has three days to complete the Online Enrollment (accessed through ParentsWeb) process. All of the required fees as set forth in the Tuition and Fee Schedules and any supplemental forms including a current immunization certificate, must be received for a student to be considered enrolled.

A waiting pool is established for qualified students after all openings are filled. 

The School reserves the right to admit and dismiss students based on its own criteria of spiritual commitment, academic performance, and personal qualifications including a willingness to cooperate with the School Administration and to abide by its policies and regulations.
Important: There are no guarantees of placement, expressed or implied, by Northshore Christian Academy.

Application Requirements

It is essential for parents and students to realize that attendance at Northshore Christian Academy is a privilege, not a right, and that such privilege will be revoked from any family who is not willing to conform to the standards of conduct established by the School as, but not limited to, the Parent Affirmation included in the back of the Family Handbook.

Kindergarten Students:

  • Must be five years old before or on August 31
  • Must show a state (valid) certified birth certificate when submitting the application
  • Must submit proof that immunizations are current (refer to Health section for requirements)
  • Must be assessed for placement

Elementary Students (Grades 1-5):

  • Required to furnish their most recent report cards and standardized test results
  • Must submit proof that immunizations are current (refer to Health section for requirements)
  • Should be a suitable age for the grade assigned
  • Must be assessed for placement

Middle School Students (Grades 6-8):

  • Required to furnish their most recent report cards and standardized test results
  • Must submit proof that immunizations are current (refer to Health section for requirements)
  • Should be a suitable age for the grade assigned
  • Must be assessed for placement
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